Frequently Asked Questions
Greater Valley Health Center has dedicated, skilled, and compassionate team of providers who treats everyone regardless of ability to pay. This includes people with no insurance, inadequate insurance or a limited income. We also accept all insurances including Medicare and Medicaid.
It should not cost a lot to get good healthcare, so we provide services at the lowest possible cost for those in need. Our services are provided on a sliding fee scale, depending upon family size and income level. Be sure to bring some kind of income verification to your visit.
Payment is expected at the time of service. Arrangements can be made if payment is not possible at the time of service—just ask. Nobody is turned away because of an inability to pay.
Yes, we accept Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP and private insurance.
Greater Valley Health Center accepts patients who are uninsured, people with Medicaid or Medicare, and most commercial insurances.
Greater Valley Health Center accepts patients no matter their socio-economic status, though we offer discounts for uninsured patients subsisting below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level which is approximately $55,600 annual household income for a family of four.